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that have carried over from yesterday. that water main break that had georgia avenue closed off yesterday, it continues but this time, southbound lanes that remain shut down between randolph road and arcola avenue. our surae chinn has been following the progress all morning long. she has the very latest. what is going on, surae? >> lots of repairs are being made. all of the activity going on on georgia avenue and shorefield road. so, right now, it is major traffic story because the water main is fixed. and folks who have been affected with water now have their water fully back on. we have hudson here, the spokesperson for wssc to tell us more about the huge process going on right now. >> as you said, water was restored late last night to the people who had lost it. now the big operation is to try to get things ready as quickly as possible on georgia avenue. that looks to be about 180 feet of pavement they'll have to get out of the way. then back fill properly and then pave. >> we're hopeful that it will be ready by this evening. >> we've noticed folks speeding through this area. what woul
this week could not stop georgia's anti-immigration law. it may already be working. some say that is a huge problem for the state's largest industry. >>> how would you like to tell your boss, hey, i'm too tired to work today. that is a legitimate excuse to get out of work for the day. that is part of new rules to keep air traffic controllers awake. i'm t.j. holmes. thank you for being here. new video of dominique strauss-kahn. look at him here smiling as he heads out for a night on the town with his wife. this was happening just hours after a judge released him from house arrest. the former head of the international monetary fund is accused of sexually assaulting a hotel maid. there were problems with his accuser's testimony. we have susan candioti with more. >> reporter: prosecutors laid it out for the court and defense. they turned up troubling lies by the maid. among them, her stories changes after strauss-kahn allegedly assaulted her in his hotel suite. she first waited in the hallway until the supervisor came. she admitted she cleaned another room and came back to the suite before repo
. this water main break at georgia avenue asshorefield road has many areas shut down. in wheaton, northbound georgia avenue one lane will get you by. southbound georgia avenue completely closed. weissman road at grandview also shut down. weissman road at jetson road also shut down, and georgia avenue at henderson avenue, these are all shut down while the water main is being fixed. congestion building in our area. this is 66 the sudley road, heavy volume as you make your way on 66, but there are no accidents there. 270 at 109 in maryland, i-270 south, i am seeing volume here, but it looks like you're getting a break in the volume. that is a good sign. hopefully this will continue. and i'll be back in ten minutes with alternate routes if you're traveling in virginia and trying to get around washington boulevard. eun, back to you. >> danella, thank you. >>> 6:04. today the airports authority could decide how metro runs to dulles. board members are expected to vote on a plan to build an above ground metro station at the airport. the authority had previously decided to build a more expensive unde
and live very happily in georgia. you never know when these events might lead to a happily ever after. so, again, my first memory and deasy was in the 70's. this was way before my dad won. i'm going to take you on a little bit of a reminder of my background and his career for us to understand where we come from and why it is important to me lessons. if you can imagine the 1970's, around 74, we lived in carrollton, georgia. we live in georgia because my father went to lane and got his ph.d. part of the deal was the essence dollars of money if he promised to come back to georgia and teach when he finished. fair deal. well, he finished up his dissertation and found a job offer at one place, carrollton, georgia. that is where he went. two young girls. my mother and i'll live in carrollton georgia. we pack up to come to washington on this big train trip. as you can imagine, a big chip for us. my mother's mother was going as well. we are getting ready and coming down the big kill. pretty steep, not very long. my grandmother trips and broke her arm. broken leg. her leg. broker leg. my sister had
. >>> the best thing to do is take georgia avenue. i would avoid colesville road. police are investigating. georgia avenue is the best alternate road for you. i want to tell you 270, i am still seeing heavy volume as you head south on 109. the good news is right here. when you get to 121, you can see headlights coming toward us, the road is open, and there's no major delays for you. showing you 66 right now. 66 is also significant volume as you make your way towards the beltway. once you get inside the beltway, it's an easy route. and i want to show you the rails. metro, vre looking good. delay, brunswick east, train number 870, your delay is seven minutes. back to you, pat. >> thanks, danella. >>> some he can braing nebreaki northwest washington. police on the scene of a deadly shooting in the petworth section of the city near randolph street and georgia avenue. we're told a man was shot in the head around 3:00 this morning. so far no arrests have been made. news 4's tracee wilkins is on the scene. she'll have a live update in 30 minutes. >>> newscorp ceo rupert murdoch will be on the hot
, that interview with michele bachmann you got this morning as well. 19 minutes past the hour now. >>> georgia, alabama, arizona, all have passed tough immigration laws in their states, and they're scaring off farm workers. and one state thinks that felony probationers could be the answer to the problem. >> offenders are just like you and i. they need employment to feed their families, and i think this program is giving them an opportunity to do that. >> yes, georgia is testing a program to send probationers to farms. the dietails, ahead. >>> and take another live look. it's taking place right now. the prince of monaco with his new bride, yes, we have another royal wedding going on right now. he has married charlene whitt locke, is her name. she is now her serene highness. yes, that's the title she gets, but prince albert, of course, the son of grace kelly. a lot of people will remember that big royal wedding in monaco that took place. but this is a live event. we'll continue to dip back into this huge star-studded affair, today. maybe, it's something you haven't seen yet. the 2nd generation o
the 5:00 hour with the yellow light. we still have issues out in silver spring, maryland where georgia avenue, all of the southbound lanes do remain shut down. they're closed off between randolph road and arcola avenue. connecticut avenue will be your best bet around that this morning. moving right along, back over to the maps, we want to show you how the outer loop is checking out early. from 95 to 270, tracking it through our cameras outside. everybody is moving at speed. we're live from university here. back over to the real time graphics and this time we'll shift our focus up to 270. if you're making the trip out of frederick and germantown, doing just fine. outside, everyone still nice and light as far as the flow is concerned past 109. not bumper to bumper just yet. your travel times for you, eastbound 66 in the green as is the toll road and the inner loop in virginia. still ahead, a look at prince george's county roads at 5:10. back to you. >>> thanks, angie. this morning, the commute is bound to get really messy for drivers who take georgia avenue and wheaton. >> the southbound
to close a $5 million budget gap. georgia cracked down on illegal immigration and got a bumper crop of complaints from farmers. a thorn in the side of american presidents, hugo chavez of venezuela reveals he's battling cancer. and steve hartman with the music man you have to meet in tonight's "assignment america," when the cbs evening news continues. [ cat meows ] ♪ [ whistle ] ♪ [ cat meows ] ♪ [ ting! ] [ male announcer ] travelers can help you protect the things you care about and save money with multi-policy discounts. are you getting the coverage you need and the discounts you deserve? for an agent or quote, call 800-my-coverage or visit imagine a day free of worry, a day when we can eat what we want, drink what we want, and sleep soundly through the night. finally that day has arrived with prevacid®24hr. just one pill helps keep you heartburn-free for a full 24 hours. prevent the acid that causes frequent heartburn all day, all night. now we are free. happy. with prevacid®24hr, happiness is a day without heartburn. with prevacid®24hr, i just transferred
georgia, mr. johnson, on which further proceedings were postponed and on which the noes prevailed by voice vote. the clerk will redesignate the amendment. the clerk: amendment number 9 printed in house report 112-181 offered by mr. johnson of georgia. the chair: a recorded vote has been requested. those in support of the request for a recorded vote will rise and be counted. a sufficient number having arisen, a recorded vote is ordered. members will record their votes by electronic device. this will be a two-minute vote. [captioning made possible by the national captioning institute, inc., in cooperation with the united states house of representatives. any use of the closed-captioned coverage of the house proceedings for political or commercial purposes is expressly prohibited by the u.s. house of representatives.] the chair: on this vote, the yeas are 163, the nays are 260. the chair: on this vote, the yeas are 163, the nays are 263, the amendment is not agreed to. the unfinished business is the request for a recorded vote on amendment number 11 printed in house report 112-181 by the gentl
on georgia avenue finally. that was closed between randolph and arcola avenue. southbound lanes is what we have to watch for. a water main break happened yesterday. they hoped to get that cleared up today. not quite as bad as yesterday. that is the major thing. on 95 there's an incident northbound at u.s. 1 between 125 san 127. -- and 127. back to you. >> thank you. >>> an ambulance was involved in the crash on the capital beltway early this morning near the branch avenue exit. no word on what led to the crash. >>> breaking news from centreville. authorities on the scene of a police involved shooting on kendra way. a man with a shotgun and refused orders to drop the gun. one of the officers shot him. his condition is not known. we have a crew headed to the scene. we will bring you a live report when available. >>> temperatures in the midwest could reach 100 degrees or more today. the heat is blamed for 22 deaths nationwide. the temperatures have caused the roof to buckle and water mains to break. 31 states are under heat advisory. thit's causing big problems for anyone forced to work outsi
. if you can avoid this stretch do so. in maryland there's a water main break on georgia avenue. georgia is closed in both directions near randolph road. expects delays. back to you. >> thank you. >>> we begin with breaking news. more details on where police are investigating an overnight crash. a police cruiser and a car collided at the intersection of washington boulevard and glebe road. the officer is hospitalized in serious condition. the car driver is in hospitalized as well. the intersection is shut down. >>> a springfield man found dead and a gunman on the loose. >> the victim was shot inside a home in the 7600 block of 10th away in springfield. now reaction from neighbors. >> a dramatic scene in this fairfax county neighborhood. they found out their neighbor and friend was gunned down. >> i saw a four armed officers with some guns come across my front lawn. >> residence in this west springfield neighborhood knew something was wrong when they saw police officers if with high-powered weapons. >> they said stay inside your house and lock the doors. >> i went back in and locked the d
's another blockage, georgia avenue closed in both directions at shorefield road closed due to open a broken water main. that's no. of arcola avenue -- north of arcola. back to you. >> thank you. >>> our other top story a mysterious death and the hunt for missing man. >> fairfax county police looking for who shot and killed an elderly man in springfield and looking for the victim's missing adult son. gary hanson's body was found in the 7600 block of chancellor way. >> i saw four armed officers with shotguns on my front lawn. >> residents of this west springfield neighborhood came home to an unsettling sight on tuesday evening if police with high-powered rifles scouring their neighborhood. >> is said to go inside and lock your doors. >> they killed a man who has lived here for decades, found around 6:00, suffered a stroke while back and did not do anything deserve this. >> they've always been helpful neighbors, helped clean their driveway during the storms. kind of a shock to see this. >> as the search continued outside, detectives spent hours inside gathering clues. >> looking out the window
in atlanta, georgia, on this july 2nd, i'm t.j. holmes. thank you for being here. closing arguments in the florida murder trial of casey anthony will likely start tomorrow morning. testimony is done in this case. the court, which has been in session on saturdays, is actually off today, so no trial today. casey anthony, as you know, accused of killing her 2-year-old daughter caylee. the prosecution wrapped up the rebuttal phase of the trial yesterday and here is how the judge ended the day. >> ladies and gentlemen of the jury, this concludes the presentation of all evidence. we will convene on sunday at 9:00 a.m. for closing arguments and instruction on the law in this case. please remember all of my previous admonitions. in addition to the instructions on behalf of the state? >> or the defense? >> nothing from the defense. >> members of the jury, you may be excused. >> so, after closing arguments, the jury will get the case. we will have much more on what we have seen in the past few days, past few weeks, even, on this case. holly hughs, an attorney helping us out on the coverage of
to come friday and saturday as we get up to 91 degrees. >>> now we have a water main break at georgia avenue and shorefield road. i still have washington boulevard shut down at north glebe road in virginia during the ongoing investigation. avoid that area as well. a live look, 395 north at duke street. 395 you're clear to the 14th street bridge. as we shoot over right now, this is in d.c., "h" and second street. d.c., your local roads are good as well. and the beltway in maryland, inner loop and outer loop, are clear at this time. i'll be back in ten minutes with another update. aaron and eun, back to you. >> a lot of vowels in our names. >> both of our names start with a vowel too. that's all right. >> thanks, danella. >> it is now 5:13. 75 degrees. ahead on "news 4 today," the [ cherie ] i wanted to make a difference in my community. [ kimberly ] the university gave me the knowledge to make a difference in people's lives. [ carrie ] you're studying how to be an effective leader. [ cherie ] you're dealing with professionals, teaching things that they were doing every day. [ kimberly
, keeping our eye on this out in silver spring. georgia avenue remains closed off at shorefield. only one northbound lane of traffic able to sweep by there. slow as drivers make their way from 80 past 109, still doing ok past father hurley. 66 headed eastbound past nutley street. you're looking at the scene of the accident live here. it looks like from 50 to 123, it is adding to that delay. let's move it over to our travel times quickly on the outer loop, we're looking at about 11 minutes from 95 to 270. 95 headed southbound, no problems. the dulles toll road is doing just fine approaching the beltway itself. 495 in virginia. we're tracking it in my next timesaver traffic report. >> 6:03. >> let's get to the other stories happening today. >> the metropolitan washington airport needs to talk about metro's extension to dulles. it is facing growing pressure from lawmakers to build the future station above ground at dulles. it is a move that would save hundreds of millions of dollars. but some say it is a bad idea in the long-term. >> the suspect in the fort hood shootings will be going to co
not cover cyber defense. another fault line. and let me move along to 2008, russia does georgia. you may recall that there was a tiff between russia and the country of georgia at that time. for some reason -- and i have never really understood it, the president of georgia decided that he should pick a war with russia, a much larger neighbor. russia attacked at full force, and before you knew it there were russians occupying a large part of the military establishment and so on. well, my hunch about that war is this, that georgia was being encouraged to join nato. russia had laid down a line in the sand. many of you probably know this, but ukraine and georgia are very different from the other central and eastern european countries. they have historically been an integral part of russia. in fact, you crane used to be the bread basket and used to, you know, until the mongrels came and then the russians ran into the forest. so they go back a long time. the russians said, here, you will not come. and we wanted to get georgia or the administration wanted to get georgia into nato. the europeans
been married more than 25 years now. >>> well, georgia, alabama, arizona, tough immigration laws and those states are scaring off farm workers. one state thinks probationers, felony probationers, could be the answer. >> offenders are just like you and i. they need employment to feed their families and i think this program has given them an opportunity to do that. >> yeah, you heard that right. georgia testing a program to send probationers to farms. the story, just ahead. host: do people use smartphones to do dumb things? man 1: send, that is the weekend. app grapgic: yeah dawg! man 2: allow me to crack...the bubbly! man 1: don't mind if i doozy. man 3: is a gentleman with a brostache invited over to this party? man 1: only if he's ready to rock! ♪ sfx: guitar and trumpet jam vo: geico. 15 minutes could save you 15% or more on car insurance. >>> just get out of the way. >> this was a demonstration in downtown atlanta this week. people were protesting georgia's tough new anti-immigration law. of course, that law went into effect on friday. it went into effect, though, after a ju
, this might've been around 74, we lived in carrollton george. we lived in carrollton, georgia, because my father went to him ey and into killing got his ph.d at part of the deal was he got some scholarship money if you promise to come back to george and teach. when he finished up his dissertation, he found a job offer at one place of carrollton, georgia. so that's where he went. he had two young girls. my mother and all went to carrollton. we packed up and went to washington on a train trip. it was a big trip for us. my mother's mother was going as well. we're getting ready and we're coming down the big hill on our little house. it's pretty steep, not very long and my grandmother tripped and broke her leg. she broke her leg. ackermann because my sister had to push her around washington the entire tactic likely she was 16. grandma got on the train, she rode the train the hallway here and we kept our family vacation in debt. the reason i'm telling the story is if you can imagine a little rural girl from carrollton, georgia, riding the train up, going into the dining car in the morning, sitt
, aaron? >> 9:00 still 90 degrees. >> thanks a lot. >> this morning part of georgia avenue is still closed from a massive water main break. water crews are trying to fix a 16-inch main that broke yesterday morning. 4 million gallons of water spilled into the streets and damaged nearby homes. >> southbound georgia avenue is closed between randolph road and henderson avenue. no word on when the road will reopen. let's go to danella sealock now with a look at conditions on the roads right now. >> georgia avenue, good news is you can take the northbound lanes, and also i would suggest taking connecticut avenue as an alternate route for you. now in rockville we have a problem. early morning fire has parts of rockville pike shut down. your closures are between security lane and edison lane. if i were you identify take nicholson lane and tuckerman lane to continue your commute. also congestion is building in our area. i want to show you the good news, this is 270 south at clarksburg. it's open for you. however, as you drive south passing 109, you're going to see major delays. i want to show you 6
the right lane. things are backed through 50. in wheaton, georgia avenue shutdown in both directions between shorefield road and gary hanso-- and gary hanson. 95 is slowing in springfield. >>> a mysterious death and the hunt for missing man. >> fairfax county police looking for whoever shot and killed an elderly man in springfield and they're looking for the victim's missing adult son. gary hanson was found inside a home in the the 7600 block of chancellor way. >> mysterious. the 75-year-old described by neighbors as gentle and loving. he's lived here since the early 80's, gunned down inside his home. police are still searching for his killer and his son. >> i saw four armed officers with stock funds come across my front lawn. >> residents of this west springfield neighborhood came home to an unsettling sight tuesday, police showering their neighborhoods -- scarring their neighborhoods -- scouring their neighborhoods with high-powered rifles. >> it told me to lock the doors. >> they've always been helpful neighbors, helped clean their driveway during the storms. kind of a shock to see this.
crews are working to get the southbound lanes of georgia avenue reopened in time for tonight's commute. a huge water main break has closed georgia avenue southbound since yesterday. the 16-inch water main along georgia avenue and whitesman road ruptured and left hundreds of low water pressure. hundreds of home with low water pressure. water has been restored. however, crews hope to have everything finished by this afternoon. >>> dc fire investigators are trying to figure out what sparked a fire at the watergate. this was the scene last night. you can see smoke pouring from an apartment on the 10th floor. one firefighter fell while battling this blaze. he suffered minor injuries. no one else was injured. >>> lawmakers are racing against the clock. they're trying to find a plan that the house and senate can agree on that will raise the nation's debt limit. less than two weeks remain before the treasury department starts running out of money. danielle notingham reports on capitol hill. >> reporter: leading lawmakers are trying to default on the debt. at least one lawmaker says there is no
sligo creek drive and indian spring drive. if you're traveling on the beltway, you can exit georgia avenue. avoid colesville road. in other areas, as we move along, maps aren't coming up, but i can tell you we've been checking 95 in virginia for you. 95 in virginia is clear. i am seeing some volume as you head out of dale city and make your way. so far it's a clear commute. i-66 is clear as well. both inside and outside of the beltway. 395, it's a clear commute for you as you make your way over the 14th street bridge. pat, back to you. >>> it's 5:03 now. this morning the guardian angels are patrolling the metropolitan branch trail after bikers and joggers were robbed. the eight-mile stretch from union station in d.c. to silver spring of the the latest incident happened monday morning. a man was robbed at gunpoint while riding his bike on the trail in northeast. there have been six similar incidents on that trail in the past couple of months. >>> court officials are revamping security after a murder suspect managed to trick corrections officers and walk right out of d.c. superior cou
otros uyeron en un cheroqui azul oscuro. >> en georgia antes de la hb87 que criminaliza la indcomunentada. >> la ley de georgia penaliza hasta con 15 años de cárcel y de hasta 88 mil dólares a quienes trabajen de indocumentados. >> andaremos con cabeza alta y tendremos que lograr una reforma migratoria. >> estás leyes ante la falta de una reforma federael . >> con cacerolas salieron a protestar. >> maribel te escuchamso. >> empleadas domésticas unieron sus voces para protestar por sus derechos. >> yo trabajaba de las 6 mañana hasta las 10 de la noche. >> vivía y dormía ahi ahí:no había límite de teimpo. >> no comia lo que ellos comian. >> me sentaba en la cocina y comia lo que dejaba ellos. >> pidieron apoyo para la ley a favor de ellos. >> apooyando la carta de derechos básicos. >> de llegar a ser ley sería un gran beneficio. >> nos vamos a la primera pausa y en seguida un plan de emergencia para quienes están a punto de perder sus casa. >> las temperaturas en los 3 dígitos las vegas y phoenix . es probable que usted sea uno de los miles de propietarios . >
. >> it's ugly. >> thank you, veronica. >>> this morning, part of georgia avenue is still closed from a massive water main break. water crews are trying to fix a 16-inch main that broke yesterday morning. 4 million gallons of water spilled into the street and damaged nearby homes. let's go to danella sealock with a look at the traffic impact. danella, good morning to you. >> good morning. we're still being affected this morning because of the water main break. travel on georgia avenue, northbound lanes you're good. southbound georgia avenue is still shut down between randolph road and arcola. again avoid it. if you are able to take connecticut avenue, i hear that they're going to be working all morning and possibly throughout the morning rush. so that is going to affect your commute this morning. but so far elsewhere in our area looking pretty good. starting out in the beltway. this is the beltway in maryland at connecticut avenue. inner loop and outer loop is clear, so shoot down to virginia. this is at robinson terminal. i see no problems on the beltway there, as well. and d.c., you
in house report 112-173. for what purpose does the gentleman from georgia seek recognition? mr. brown: -- mr. broun: i have an amendment at the desk. the chair: the clerk will designate the amendment. the clerk: amendment number 3, printed in house report number 112-173. offered by mr. broun of georgia. the chair: pursuant to house resolution 359, the gentleman from georgia, mr. broup, and a member opposed will each control five minutes. the chair recognizes the gentleman from georgia. mr. broun: thank you, mr. chairman. my amendment would reduce funding for the joint economic committee by 25% and transfer more than $1 million to the deficit reduction account. the joint economic committee is tasked with many of the duties of other congressional committees. other committees already perform these duties such as holding hearings, performing research, and studying the u.s. economy. we here in america are facing a tremendous financial crisis. the legislative branch should not be excluded during budget cut debates. the joint economic committee performs overlapping duties that could easily b
hall meeting in thompson, georgia, just recently and a lady said $1 billion is a lot of money. we talk about that as if it isn't a lots of money. we cannot continue down this road of borrowing 40 cents on every dollar that the federal government spends. it has created uncertainty in the economic world and it -- this debt is crushing to us. cutting $10 million for a project, it might be -- i'm a physician, i have a science back ground and there are a lot of things that would be interesting to research and interesting things to do, but just like a business when it gets overextended, what does it do? it lowers the borrowing limit and tries to work out the debt. then it starts looking at every expense it has, every corner of their expenses and tries to cut expenses. besides that, they start looking at revenue. our democratic colleagues want to raise taxes and that is a tax that will drive away jobs. i have businesses that tell me that the tax burden, today is so high that they aren't hiring new people. and increaseing taxes on businesses is going to drive away jobs from this country. so cu
, georgia. thank you for being here. as always, we want to say good morning to the servicemen and women watching us right now on the american forces network. thank you for being here and what you do. >>> it will be a big day in the casey anthony murder trial. closing arguments in that murder trial is just a few hours away. court is scheduled to start at 9:00 a.m. eastern time. casey anthony, as you know, accused of murdering her 2-year-old daughter caylee yesterday. there was a vigil for caylee near the spot where her body was found. the case expected to go to the jury after closing arguments. this all began in late may. casey anthony facing seven charges, including capital murder. that means she could face the death penalty if she's found guilty. the defense and prosecution both wrapped up their cases last week. casey anthony decided not to testify in her own defense. more on that throughout the morning. >>> also, a jailhouse phone call is raising more questions about the accuser in the dominique strauss-kahn sexual assault case. the former chief of the international monetary fund was
dealing with a water main break. sky fox just got to the scene. it is georgia avenue. this is at shorefield road just south of randolph road. look at. this this is a mess there. of we've got the intersection blocked off. you cannot access jim moran south of randolph and if you are traveling northbound past arcola drive, you will then be turned around. so georgia avenue shut down at shorefield road. let's take a live look elsewhere. as you travel in arlington, this is what we're talking about. glebe road closed at washington boulevard for the accident involving a police officer up fortunately. you want to think about george mason as an alternate and expect delays if you are traveling on arlington, also wilson boulevard and 29 lee highway. that's a check of your fox 5 on-time traffic. >> thank you. >>> lets ahe get more now on the accident involving the arlington county police officer. >> that officer was seriously hurt and the investigation is expected to affect the morning commute. it happened near washington boulevard and north glebe road in arlington and that is whe
intervenes. the speaker pro tempore: for what purpose does the gentleman from georgia rise? >> to address the house for one minute and revise and extend my remarks. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman is recognized for one minute. mr. broun: today we ask president obama why he won't support the energy bills in this house. we also ask why he's keeping energy resources offlimits. an exsm of the bills passed by the house are three that came out of the natural resors committee that would have created 1.2 million jobs. president obama won't support those. the sad truth is that we know the answers to these questions because the swradmrgs has made it cher they want to export american jobs and invest in other countries' resources rather than developing our own. republicans want to keep our -- help our economy by creating jobs and creating energy independence but liberals in congress are standing in the kay. -- in the way. madam speaker, i urge my colleagues to consider all the good energy republican bills would do for republicans -- for our prices and our gas tanks. it is imperative the senate
in montgomery county. we have been deal with the water main break southbound georgia avenue at randolph road for the past two days. the good news is that has reopened. so you should able to access georgia avenue between randolph and arcola without a problem in either direction this morning. let's take a live look at trafficland as you head inbound 66. we do have some volume off and on from route other fair oaks towards nutley street to the left of your screen there. effect is move -- everybody is moving. no problems reported southbound. we had the cop instruction here and it looks like that has been picked up. that's a check of your fox 5 on-time traffic. >>> the extreme heat causing problems just about everywhere. drinking plenty of water certainly helps but the heat is making some people sick and forcing tourists to seek cover. let's get to sherry ly once again. she is in silver spring trying to keep cool there. >> reporter: good morning. this is one of those days where a swimming pool or a fountain just like this one would help us stay cool as things get on the. i was already sweating th
very much. >>> also tonight, we're following the story of a disturbing murder in macon, georgia because of who is involved. it is likely the victim a dynamic and determined 21-year- old law grad. we're still waiting on the id of a dismember the body of a woman in macon yesterday. >> we're monitoring a press conference that is due to start in the hour. lauren has been missing since saturday. her family is besides themselves with worry and nervous about the very manies. >> reporter: this was the scene yesterday in macon, georgia where investigators recovered a body. and this is a man that has been arrested and charged with burglary of her apartments after telling news crews he was in the residents with friends looking for lauren. his name is steven mcdaniel. >> he was afraid that someone had tried to break in thursday night. and she was afraid to stay in there. >> reporter: the police are not calling her a suspect in the disappearance. she is a 27-year-old law school grad studying for the georgia bar. but she grew up here in laurel, where she was a well-known, stand crowd student athlete.
. in moving along through 2008 russia and georgia. you may recall there was a test between russia and the country of georgia at that time. and for some reason i have never understood, the president of georgia thought he should pick a war with russia but they attacked with full force and before you knew it, russians had occupied a large part of the budgetary establishment my hunch about that war it was a curious to join nato and russia laid down the line in the sand. many of you probably know this but it is very different from the other countries and is directly were the interco part of russia up. the ukraine used to be the breadbasket until the mongols came and russians ran up into the forest and then they say you will not come. we wanted to get the administration into nato and the europeans objective to that. and we basically said we give up saying you're almost as good as members and i am convinced that was enough for the president of georgia who is a columbia graduate practiced in new york with one of the most influential law firms and is well connected into a political hierarc
jefe de fondo monetario internacional. >> huelga de brazos caídos. >> en georgia ante la entrada en efecto. >> que tal buenas tardes imágenes dadas a conocer el día de hoy confirman que venezuela es gobernada desde cuba. >> el gabinete del presidente chávez reunido en la habana donde permanece el mandatario venezolano tras ser operado en dos ocasiones por lo que confirmó como tumores kanz rosz. >> dio término a 20 días de incertidumbre por su estado de salud pero para saber la reacción del pueblo vamos a pasar con caracas con nuestro enviado especial, julio v. >> mucho se especuló sobre la salud del presidente hugo chávez en las últimas 3 semanas, sabemos que se le retiró un tumor, lo que no queda claro cuál es el futuro de venezuela. >> impulsará mi voluntad de vencer en esta nueva batalla que la vida nos ha puesto por delante. >> salió con su rostro cansado y su cuerpo más delgado, la diferencias de sus otros discursos, esta vez leyó el mensaje como nunca lo había hecho, es que hugo chávez no traía buenas noticias. >> me confirmaron la existencia de un tumor abs
antiinmigrante en georgia. >> el futbolista paraguayo salvador cabaÑas dice que recobrÓ la memoria y recuerda la noche que le dispararon en la cabeza en un bar de mÉxico. ♪ >> este es su noticiero univisiÓn con jorge ramos y marÍa elena salinas. ♪ >> muy buenas noches el anuncio del presidente, venezolano hugo chÁvez desde cuba que le extirparon un tumor canceroso ha generado muchas preocupaciones y muchas preguntas, ¿quÉ tan enfermo estÁ? ¿quÉ tipo de cÁncer tiene? ¿se ha extendido? y sobre veela, h@noticiero univ@ desde la habana, la televisiÓn pÚblica venezolana mostrÓ nuevas imÁgenes del mandatario presidiendo una reuniÓn con algunos colaboradores, entre ellos su hermano y el general en jefe. el video unh@noticiero umor abscesado, ivisonh@con presencia de cÉlulas cancerÍgenas. >> fue una reuniÓn que mostró el presidente activo, y ejerciendo funciones. mbiÉunh@noticiero univis h@altade h@noticiero univisonh@@ >> tenemos comandante para rato, afortunadamente una grivÓ de su equipo de gobierno. se descartÓ la posibilidad de anunciar la ausencia del presidente, h@isio
southbound georgia avenue is closed after a water main broke at shorefield road early this morning. here's the bad news. it is expected to stay shutdown through tomorrow mornings rush hour. look at all the work going on. northbound side is open. now the crews are not out there alone at this hour. our matt jablow is out there live to look at how they are dealing with the heat. >> reporter: as you might be able to tell behind me, anita, they are making progress on georgia avenue with the water main break, that is, but not so much with the heat. on a hot and muggy night in northeast washington the title of tonight's movie at the film festival could not possibly have been any more appropriate. >> our feature film tonight "some like it hot." >> reporter: in washington today some people did like it hot. >> i could like it hot, yes. >> reporter: but not many. >> give me snow. >> you don't like it hot? >> no. >> reporter: most people were doing what they could to stay cool during the extreme heat. >> you're supposed to keep your wrists and your neck cool. >> i drank a bunch of water before. >> r
la cuadra 900 al salir de la avenida georgia, además unapareja en virginia, se queda sin hogar por otro incendio que comenzó ayer tarde en la noche. -10 años de prisión a la pandilla norte de virginia, conocido con el sobrenombre gasper reclutó a dos jovencitas. cumplió su sentencia rivas tendría cinco años de probatoria y debería añadirse. fallece una persona cuatro están en el hospital, es una pelea con balcón puñales y todo en el área de maría, la trifulca comenzó a las seis y 30 de la tarde de ayer. -la policía del condado de prince georges respondió un reporte una pelea donde encontró un hombre con varias heridas de puñal fue llevado al hospital pero sucumbió a las heridas sufridas, las autoridades no revelaron la identidad del chico asesinado. -el concejal capitalino pidió estudios adicionales sobre el impactó este tipo de juegos. y por ello la lotería estaba lista para comenzar ofrecer máquinas tragamonedas en línea, el retraso se debe a que recientes y comercios por la falta de transparencia y porque no hubo audiencias públicas al respecto. y el a
see the water leak out. it's like ok, there's something pretty bad going on because georgia avenue is closed but yeah, i'm sure this is going to put a damper on the day. >> water flowed from georgia avenue down wiseman road and then into this residential neighborhood. it tore up the street. there's gravel and dirt under the road and when the water flowed through it, it washed it away. now, the street is soft in places and even moves when you step on it. many of the businesses don't have water and had to close enterprise represent a car is open but they can't work. >> it is important for us to have cars coming into the lot. they closed off georgia. if no one can get in and out, we're bleeding money left and right. >> reporter: they're cutting a hole large enough to put a box in. that will make it stable for them to make the repairs. like i said earlier, this is going to take all day and all evening. this is going to affect rush hour traffic. this is the southbound lane that's going to be closed. they said lucky, the northbound lanes are much more busy in the evening and those will b
antiinmigrante en georgia. los polÍticos no separan acuerdo y minnesota queda prÁcticamente paralizadas el dinero. un reporte que muestra lo difÍcil que es controlar las armas en estados unidos. >> hoy entrÓ en vigor la ley de inmigraciÓn en georgia que ha provocado retraso y polÉmica como varias organizaciones cÍvicas manifestaron protestas. omar garcÍa, nos dice cuÁles son algunos de los planes de la comunidad para responder a esta polÉmica ley. ♪ >> grupos activistas de varios estados del paÍs estÁn en atlanta han venido a sumarse al boicot. >> se llevaron a cabo leyes similares, estamos aquÍ para enseÑar lo que aprendimos de allÁ. >> se hizo un llamado para cerrar negocios hispanos y no presentarse a trabajar. >> para que los americanos nos vean que somos trabajadores, que hacemos falta. >> juan arturo y sus compaÑeros no participaron. >> nos dijo el patrÓn que tenÍamos que venir, si no nos despedÍan. >> aÚn asÍ celebran el bloqueo les estÁ dando un respiro. >> feliz porque no pasaron esas leyes, y de alguna manera podemos trabajar mÁs tranquilamente sin presiÓn de que
. >> reporter: he's from dalton, georgia. a father of a 2-year-old boy. on this day, a tip comes in. jones and his team prepare for a tough day. >> bad day is coming out andnd doing our jobs and something going on. >> reporter: there are no big bomb suits. they prepare to detonate the ied. there's an achingly long silence, an then -- the blast rings in our ears. we walk to the crater. a local resident says there are three more this the area. >> get them out of here. >> reporter: hearts pounding, we follow our own footsteps across the canal. >> it is a good day. >> reporter: after we leave, joneneupdates our team with facebook messages. >> we have worked more ieds than any marine team in the country since march. shortly after y'all left, things got pretty hairy. we spent a few days fighting a lot and ieds became more complex. >> reporter: things were about the get immeasurably worse. they're sent out on a routine mission. defuse bombs in five days. jones takes a wrong step, triggering the explosion. >> i wasn't feeling pain yet. i knew what had happened. my face felt swollen. i could see my
for clues, a maryland woman found dead in georgia, what police found in her apartment and who is being questioned tonight. >>> good evening, i'm andrea fujii, adam may is off, the howard county woman is assumed dead tonight. police found a body near her georgia apartment where she just graduated from law school. pat warren has more. >> reporter: that is right, the body was found use the apartment building where she lived. police say they have two persons of interest in custody. the georgia police believe they found the body of 27-year-old lauren giddings, but say they can't be sure it is the body. >> it is the homicide victim. >> reporter: she graduated earlier this year. the laurel, maryland native was reported missing, a local person was a person of interest in the case, he said he searched for her. >> we went in, there was no sign of a struggle or that anybody had broken in. just nothing, just she was gone. all of her stuff was there, her id was there, her wallet was there, but she -- she was just gone. >> reporter: police released no information about the cause of death but have in
suggest you consider taking georgia avenue. here's a look. you can see they are still working. again, georgia avenue, especially if you're coming off the beltway, take the georgia avenue exit. that's going to be the best alternate road for you. shooting down to d.c. right now, this is a look right now. this is 14th street and new york avenue. d.c., so far your local roadways are good. i have no incidents to report for you. as we shoot over to virgi
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